Styled with traditional lines and built of modern cold-molded wood construction, the Fitzgerald 37 rises to the top of the fleet in beauty, performance, and comfort. The lean hull shape with balanced ends defines fast, responsive performance combined with great looks. Stability derives from a 4,400 pound fin keel below while a 46′ carbon fiber rig carries the fully battened main and self-tacking headsail. The classic cockpit was designed for total comfort and ease of line handling and can be enjoyed for single-handed sailing or with a full complement of friends. Built to the highest standard with no compromise, the Fitzgerald 37 is the pinnacle of the new breed of New England daysailer.
Built in 1930 by Fairlie in Oakville, Canada, this Fife 8m came to French & Webb for a major structural rebuild. Her ballast was removed and restored by Mars Metals. The plank keel, floor timbers, and frame ends were all replaced here at F&W.